a lot harder

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  • She finds that being normal is a lot harder than it seems. ...
  • After reaching the summit, it was a lot harder to go back up. ...
  • She makes the team but discovers that wrestling is a lot harder than she initially thought. ...
  • After school ends Herman finds life a lot harder than he thought. ...
  • The steering wheel will also become a lot harder to turn. ...
  • It was a lot harder to get on a pro roster than it is now. ...
  • She said that "in the US it's a lot harder because I'm not as well-known." ...
  • To be discharged, eight signatures were required, thus it was a lot harder to get out than to get in. ...
  • Changing your opinions is a lot harder when your answers on hot political topics are in public for everyone to see. ...
  • Answering that question is a lot harder: it depends on so many factors. ...
  • However, it becomes a lot harder because of the ball tied to his tail like that of an Ankylosaurus. ...
  • And it's a lot harder to drink coffee through the helmet. ...
  • Circular chess is a lot harder to play than square chess.
  • There has been a lot of emphasis on female soldiers but without the camp followers, the armies fighting in the revolution would have had a lot harder lives. ...
  • She is angry, and deliberately plucks the next few hairs a lot harder. ...
  • "Climbing up that waterfall down the stream with a half tree trunk would be a lot harder than dropping one over beside the one above."
  • These things soon fade as the player takes over villages either through force or though impressiveness (although impressiveness is a lot harder than warfare). ...
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